A squabble over a contentious scheduling issue in Newmarket court led to the recent postponement of the conflict of interest case brought by Gino and Mary Ruffolo against Mayor Linda Jackson.
Quintino Mastroguiseppe and Gino Ruffolo have made good on their threat and formally asked council for a second audit of Mayor Linda Jackson’s 2006 campaign books.
The headache that is the bitter 2006 municipal election flared up again this week for former mayor Michael DiBiase.
Simon Strelchik has long felt a bond with the New Democratic Party. He remembers a 1993 classroom exercise that asked students what political party they’d vote for if given the chance. He voted NDP.
Councillor Bernie DiVona was not content to sit idly by when a trio of residents took their pursuit of an audit into his campaign finances to Newmarket court last month.
Gino and Mary Ruffolo were set for legal battle with Mayor Linda Jackson in Newmarket court yesterday after a nearly month-long delay. The case, however, has been adjourned until the middle of May.
York police are looking at a possible connection between two convenience store heists in Woodbridge that occurred just days apart.
Rivers of green beer will flow from countless taps in bars and pubs across the city Monday, as barkeeps and thirsty patrons alike enjoy the luck of the Irish doled out in pint-sized portions.
Illiteracy in the southeast corner of town skyrocketed recently. Or, more accurately, sales of literary works have fallen off precipitously.
Subway trainspotters waiting for shovels to break ground on the Spadina extension into Vaughan are widely condemning the recent federal budget.
It didn’t last 1,000 years, not by a long shot. It’ll barely make it to 10, in fact. After less than a decade in existence, the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation is a casualty of last week’s federal budget.
The crowd continued to swell past the party’s advertised 2 p.m. start time. The delay was a good thing, too. Organizers needed those few extra minutes to add chairs for the impressive and ever-growing throng.